Enjoy Hand-Crafted Cocktails at 35,000 Feet

Enjoy Hand-Crafted Cocktails at 35,000 Feet

One of the few remaining perks of air travel is the beverage service — specifically those mini airline bottles of booze. Yes, they are a bit on the pricey side, but there's something that just makes a cocktail better when it's enjoyed at cruising altitude.

But don't get stuck drinking vodka soda or a Jack and Coke. Thanks to this carry-on cocktail kit, you can elevate your in-air libations.

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Available in four different cocktail combinations — Old Fashioned, Gin & Tonic, Moscow Mule, and Champagne Cocktail — each kit contains ingredients for making two drinks. The idea being that you'll have enough for a round-trip. Of course, if you're flying with a friend or loved one, you might want to opt for the Frequent Flyer option and order two kits.

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You'll still need to buy the mini bottle of alcohol or wine from the airline since the kits don't include those, but with a bar spoon, measure, linen napkin, and specialty ingredient, that's a small price to pay for enjoying a hand-crafted, high-flying cocktail.

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